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2011 (Freshman): Saw action in 33 games, 10 as a starter in the outfield ... Was primarily used as a late-inning defensive player ... Recorded his first collegiate hit at Florida State ... Was named to the Atlantic Sun Academic All-Conference team. HIGH SCHOOL: Graduated from Riverview High School in Sarasota, Florida ... Earned four letters as a member of the baseball team ... Played for the Rams under head coach Jim Zerilla ... Played AAU ball for SWFL and the Tampa Elite. PERSONAL: Full name is Robert D. Bruce ... Was born in Sarasota, Florida ... Is the son of Cathy and Brad Bruce of Sarasota ... Chose Stetson because he liked the atmosphere on and off the field ... Majoring in Sports Management.


‘02 ‘03 ‘05

‘07 ‘11

2011 (Freshman): Saw action in two games as a pinch runner and catcher ... Did not have an official at bat, but drew a walk and scored a run in his only plate appearance ... Was named to the Atlantic Sun Academic All-Conference team. 2010: Did not see action and was redshirted.


2011 (Junior): Saw action in all 63 games, 61 as a starter ... Primarly served as the Hatters’ regular third baseman, but also made two starts at first base and four as the DH ... Led the team with 63 RBI on the year ... Also led the team with 27 multiple-hit games, as well as tying for the team lead with 19 multiple RBI games ... Had a season-high four hits against USF (4/12) ... Closed the season with a six-game hit streak, which was two shy of his season best ... Was held hitless in consecutive games just twice during the year ... Worked a shutout inning of relief in his only pitching performance of the year ... Was named to the Atlantic Sun Academic All-Conference team. BEFORE STETSON: Played at Palm Beach State College for two seasons under head coach Alex Morales ... In 2010, he was named the Florida Junior College Player of the Year after batting .473 with 12 home runs, 72 RBI and 15.0 innings pitched with a 0.00 ERA ... Also earned first team All-America, Team MVP and the National Silver Slugger Award ... Led team to a 42-13 record, Southern Conference Championship, third place finish in the state tournament, and a No. 9 national ranking ... Hit .311 with 15 RBI as a freshman ... Was drafted by the Dodgers in the 19th round of the 2010 MLB Draft.



Was named by Perfect Game as the ninth best third baseman in the nation.

HIGH SCHOOL: Graduated from Santa Fe Catholic High School in Lakeland, Florida ... Played four years of baseball and football for the Hawks ... Was a member of the National Honor Society ... In baseball, earned Team MVP, first team All-State and second team All-State honors ... As a junior, he hit .405 with four home runs and, as a senior, batted .420 with five home runs ... During his freshman year, he helped the team achieve a 25-4 record and a state runner up finish ... Was a first team All-State quarterback in football. PERSONAL: Full name is Kyle S. Campbell ... Was born on August 10, 1990, in Cleveland, Ohio ... Is the son of Diane and Steve Campbell of Lakeland, Florida ... Chose Stetson for its location, atmosphere and coaching ... Majoring in Business Administration.


HIGH SCHOOL: Graduated from Palm Beach Gardens High School in Palm Beach Gardens, Florida ... Was a member of the National Junior Honor Society ... Graduated in Top 10 percent of his class ... Earned three varsity letters in baseball and one in soccer ... Hit .310 with 16 RBI and pitched 20 innings with a 1.40 ERA and was the Defensive MVP as a junior ... Hit .455 with four home runs and 26 RBI to earn first team All-Conference and first team All-County as a senior. PERSONAL: Full name is Benjamin R. Carhart ... Was born in Dayton, Ohio, on January 21, 1990 ... Is the son of Julie and Ron Carhart of Royal Palm Beach ... Chose to come to Stetson because of the baseball reputation and tradition ... Majoring in Integrative Health Science.

2012 Media Guide & Record Book

2012 Baseball Guide  

2012 Baseball Media Guide & Record Book

2012 Baseball Guide  

2012 Baseball Media Guide & Record Book